Madison’s chance to be the honorary South Dakota Capital for a Day this month is approaching quickly.
Lake County officials have released the name of the victim in the Lake Madison drowning on Sunday.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that Madison has been chosen to be South Dakota’s Capital for a Day on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Two other buildings vandalized early Thursday morning
People in Madison were shocked to fin a number of buildings with a lot of damage.Vandals not only struck the Madison area arts council, but also an adjacent tanning salon and a water filtering business across the street.
Two people drowned in eastern South Dakota within just two days of each other. First, a 22-year-old man who tried to swim across the Flandreau Dam on Friday, then a nine-year-old girl who was swimming in the Missouri River Sunday.
The director of building and grounds at Dakota State University has retired after 23 years at the helm.
A recent analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data confirms that educational attainment across South Dakota lags the region and the nation, with the state’s pool of post secondary degrees skewed toward lower-level credentials.
The South Dakota Board of Regents has given its highest honor to its retiring leader. Executive Director and CEO Jack Warner is retiring at the end of the month, after six years leading the system that oversees South Dakota’s six public universities and two special schools.
The South Dakota Board of Regents has approved a program at South Dakota State University to prepare future natural resources law enforcement officers.
People in the Rutland school district will vote a second time on a proposed opt out of the state-imposed property tax freeze.
Nick Huntimer was chosen by the NSAA conference as its Sports Information Director of the Year, the first year the NSAA conference given out the awards.
For the fourth year in a row, Dakota State University’s respiratory care program was recently among a select group of programs that will be recognized by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) to receive the Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award.
After 13 seasons as the head softball coach at Dakota State University (S.D.), Ken Prorok has resigned.
National Security Agency military employees may soon be able to count their cyber security training at the agency toward college credit for a degree at Dakota State University.
Tyler Lems was tabbed by the North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) Monday afternoon in the final edition of the men’s outdoor track & field weekly honors, announced by the conference office.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Pat Pardy as a circuit court judge in South Dakota’s Third Circuit Court in Madison.
The North Star Athletic Association announced its postseason baseball awards Monday afternoon. Jake Harris of Dakota State (S.D.) was named to NSAA Baseball All-Conference First Team at the designated hitter position.
The North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) announced its 2015 Softball All-Conference and postseason honors Sunday afternoon. Brittany Hill of Dakota State (S.D.) was selected as At-Large member on the NSAA Softball All-Conference First team list.
A South Dakota counselor who admitted defrauding the Medicaid program is now taking his case to trial after a judge rejected a plea deal.
Zach Ely of Dakota State (S.D.) was one of the 817 football players to be listed on the 2015 NFF Hampshire Honor Society member.